Largs Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has demanded a robust response from his side after the bitter disappointment of going out of the Scottish Cup.

Davidson says that there is no better a way than to bounce back against league leaders Cumnock in this Saturday's West of Scotland league clash.

Davidson said: ""It has not been the best of starts for us but Cumnock bring a big support so hopefully our fans turn out in force and can be the 12th man to help us get over the finishing line."
Largs created good chances to see off Craigmark last Saturday and Davidson is hoping that his players can be more ruthless in front of goal - but admits the side does need strengthening.
He said: "We never took our chances and we were too wasteful and it ended up costing us."
"At 90 minutes, you really need to see a 2-0 lead out with the experience we have, although we had a couple of youngsters on the pitch
"At times we were not putting in the right cross or making the right decision and we had a couple of good chances to put us out of sight.
"George went to ground with the Craigmark player for the first penalty giving the referee a decision to make, and then Laurie handballed it.
"I felt a lot of decisions on the day went against us and it didn't help matters that there were no official linesmen.
"I don't know where the referee got six minutes stoppage time from - there were no major injuries and just substitutions. I heard that the referee was stopping his watch for goalkicks which I have never heard of before.
"It was a situation where people were not doing their jobs properly and not seeing the game out properly.
"We have good players but the squad just isn't strong enough at the moment due to circumstances - it has been harder to get players in but it is something I will be working on and try and strengthen the side. We only had three 18 year olds on the bench on Saturday and they all had to come on.
"It is not their fault we went out of the cup and we are asking a lot of them just coming into this level which means we really do have to strengthen and improve."
Davidson also paid tribute to the strong support which showed up at Dalmellington on Saturday.
He said: "This is what made it even more gutting - we had a good support who made a big effort to be there and that made it a bigger disappointment not to give them something to cheer about at the end."
Davidson is now setting his focus on the big Cumnock clash on Saturday and is demanding a big response from his players.
"Cumnock will be physically tough and we will have to match that.
"Brian has made them stronger and they have some very good individual players. 
"We couldn't get it any tougher but it is perhaps hat we need to get last Saturday out of our system and go and compete and try and get a good result at home and show what we are truly capable of.
"If I was one of the players I would be sitting stewing and would want the next game to come round immediately so I could do something about it - and I hope every one of the player feel the same."
Largs will have to do without the services of influential midfielder David McGrath who is still struggling after being injured in the last Barrfields game, while striker Scott Lewis is suspended.
Davidson said: "The incident that the referee didn't say was a foul which led to the Rob Roy opening goal - well David McGrath is still injured from that incident."